OC3D Best of 2012 Awards
Intro and Audio
Published: 9th January 2013 | Source: OC3D | Price: |
We see a lot of hardware through the year here at OC3D, and it's good to look back at the products that we really loved. We know that not everyone has the cash to rush out that instant and buy a new piece of hardware, so this is also for those of you who want to know what the best product is in our opinion, without having to read all of our reviews. Although you should read them all anyway as they are lovingly crafted.
So without further ado, here at the bits of tech in the nine major categories that made a bigger impression than the Ridiculously Photogenic Guy in 2012. The bold hardware names lead to our original review if you wish a closer look at why they appeared in our end-of-year roundup.
We start with audio, just because it's alphabetical, but if there is one product that will live long in the memory as the highlight of 2012 it's the SteelSeries Flux. Staggering sound quality and volume, in a customisable, portable package. All for around £60 perfect.
For those of you who prefer your audio so the rest of the room can hear it, we heartily recommend the Microlab 7C speakers. They cover the major bases, if you'll pardon the pun, of awesome volume and thumping bass, wrapped up in a package that looks the business, some may find them a little big for their desk but from experience they look epic next to your huge flatscreen TV.
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The Switch 810 does beat the Storm Stryker, out-of-the-box speaking ^^Quote
Side by side to just build a rig the 810 is better. I chose the Stryker for Orca because I could do more with it.Quote
Yeah the 810 is a better build and forget case, plus people would just comment that I only gave it the award because of Orca.
Side by side to just build a rig the 810 is better. I chose the Stryker for Orca because I could do more with it.